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Episode 40 – Peer Mentoring: Further Improving Student Success

First Generation - One of Many 04/12/2022 1028

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    Episode 40 – Peer Mentoring: Further Improving Student Success
    First Generation - One of Many

Peer Mentoring: Further Improving Student Success

Students often find success through supportive and empowering relationships. Relationships with faculty, staff, and peers. These relationships can begin organically or meaningful planning – A.K.A mentoring. For years universities and colleges have been developing various forms of mentoring programs. Tune in to this episode to hear more about an ever-evolving world of peer mentoring.

Our Guests

Brianna Ellis

Brianna was born and raised in the Chico community, graduating from CSU, Chico in 2010 with a degree in Social Science. After graduating, she moved onto San Diego State University, earning an M.A. in Educational Leadership, with an emphasis in Student Affairs. Brianna has worked in a variety of university support programs throughout her career, including transition and orientation programs, tutoring and academic support, leadership and student programming, and works closely with historically underserved populations, guiding students to success throughout the college process. She is currently completing a PhD in Education from Oregon State University.

Jennifer Harris

Jennifer Harris is a Chico State alum. From her beginnings in Chico to now, she has worked in federal government, private for-profit & non-profit orgs, and traveled to 28 countries for business, pleasure or study. She loves botanical gardens and arboreta, wherever they may be.

Sue Peterson

Sue is currently the Director of First-Year Experience at Chico State. Prior to moving into FYe, she was a Communications Studies instructor and an Intercollegiate Speech and Debate coach for over two decades. Sue loves being able to help others develop confident and effective voices that they can use in their lives. She believes that equal opportunity is important but equitable chances to succeed are even more important. 

Resources & Recommendations:

Abbott Elementary on Hulu – ABC.Com Info about show 

FYE has Sense of Place event coming up – May 5 on campus. 
See mentored students and mentors in action!   

Mentoring vs. Coaching 

Asset-Based Teaching and Learning with Diverse Learners in Postsecondary Settings 

Chronical of Higher Ed – Academe Today 

Activity: Search someone you find inspiring or uplifting. Find out who their mentors are by searching “the person’s name mentor”

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